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Love, enlightenment, generosity, tolerance, harmony, respect, understanding, patience, virtue, humility, charity are some of the principles of peace. We see these principles as separate entities because we do not know true peace yet. Peace is the embodiment of all these things into a state. Not just a state of mind but a state where we do not need ruling institutions, where we are not divided by religions, where we see how detrimental the rat race is, where we can solve our problems by talking and never through violence, but most importantly when all humanity realizes that we are one. This state is possible because we know it can happen on a micro scale between individuals even if it takes a lifetime. World peace will be achieved when enough individuals understand it. The only way to understand peace is to feel it.
Two people disagree on an issue. They discuss their difference without insults or attempting to persuade the other but with the earnest intention of learning why the other believes what they do. When true understanding is reached, both will understand each other and accept the differences without remorse. And from that understanding both will feel a sense of tranquility containing the principles I stated in my definition. That feeling, that is peace.
by Random Grain August 22, 2009
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1.
A parting phrase, in good manner
"See ya later; peace!"
by Kri November 20, 2002
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2.
A brief interlude between wars, during which the prudent study the lessons of the last war and prepare for the next one.
Peace proposals unaccompanied by a sworn covenant indicate a plot.
-Sun Tzu, c. 500 B.C.
by Frank Womble November 06, 2003
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3.
1. An acknowledgment of parting, ending a phone call or e-mail, similar to goodbye. Often used with "out."
2. A greeting, similar to hello.
3. An expression of non-violent wishes or intention.
4. Term used to describe sections of anti-war movement.
5. Noun. Used to describe the presence of The absence of violence, disruption, or disturbance.
1. A'ight, see ya. Peace. Peaceout.
2. Peace. Please leave a message...
3. Peace, my friend. Increase the peace. It's time for peace.
4. The peace movement is against (the) war.
5. ... gotta have peace of mind.
by RayJack July 02, 2005
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4.
The absence of conflict, usually requiring conflict to establish; a lack of conflict
World War II was required to bring peace to Europe.
by Drew Harrison May 29, 2005
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5.
(noun) a word indicating one's imminent departure; (verb) the act of departing, or intending to depart
(noun) See you guys in the morning, I'm gonna go bang some bitches. Peace!
(verb) This party's turned into a sausage fest, I'm gonna peace.
by ToastedBread October 04, 2009
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6.
Something that George W Bush lacks and uses as an excuse for war.
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7.
Some thing commonly fought for yet rarely achieved
Our nation is currently fighting for world peace yet is currently at war and has been for some time now.
by ice_wolf325 September 11, 2005
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